Message: “…For My Community Tells Me So” from Melody Anderson


A message from the series “Summer of Love.” In the poor, in the broken
In the crowded city streets
In the towers, in the money
In the strong and in the weak
In the orphans and the widows
In the churches and the bars
You are everywhere
God, You are everywhere

-Matt Maher

Message: “…For Creation Tells Me So” from Fuz Rana


A message from the series “Summer of Love.” Scripture teaches us that God has made Himself known to us through that which He has made. Creation not only speaks of God’s existence, but His attributes—including His love. How does creation reveal God’s love? This week we will explore the aspects of creation that reveal God’s care and love for humanity: Creation’s existence and design.

Message: “…For My Story Tells Me So” from Melody Anderson


A message from the series “Summer of Love.” “…if I told you my story
You would hear life, but it wasn’t mine
If I should speak, then let it be of the grace
That is greater than all my sin
Of when justice was served, and where mercy wins!
Of the kindness of Jesus, that draws me in
Oh to tell you my story, is to tell of Him”
-Jason Ingram / Mike Weaver, “My Story”

Message: “…For The Arts Tell Me So” from Grant Myles-Era


A message from the series “Summer of Love.” This week we are reflecting on human creativity as a clue to the God who loves his creation. The Bible tells us that King David danced and wrote poetry and songs, and that Jesus was a craftsman like his father, Joseph, as well as a storyteller and a singer. Some of the greatest works of art have been produced by men and women of faith. Every culture engages in artistic expression. What might this tell us about our human condition and how might we engage with creativity in order that we might encounter and proclaim the love of God?

Message: “…For My Longings Tell Me So  ” from Grant Myles-Era


A message from the series “Summer of Love.” Last week we considered how we might understand the reality and love of a creator God by means of our conscience, that voice in our head and heart that seems to deal with right and wrong. This week we are looking at a similar topic – How might the longings and desires, appetites and drives we recognize within ourselves point us to the God who offers us the bread of life and the water of refreshment? Bring your longings to the table, there is plenty of room for you.